About The Book
It is human nature—and more importantly, unicorn nature— to compare oneself to others. Opal the Unicorn is excited for a day at the playground with all of her friends. She quickly learns that she cannot do all of the activities like her friends because she is a unicorn. She then becomes sad and loses all of her sparkles. Opal the Unicorn’s mother offers some advice to cheer up her daughter. The advice motivates Opal the Unicorn and allows her to recognize that everyone has unique qualities. She rejoins her friends on the playground and discovers what her unique quality is. And because of her new found confidence, she will never lose her sparkles again!
About The Author
Danielle Cohen is a Massachusetts-born, Florida-living author who loves to write and tell stories. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in advertising and public relations at The University of Tampa, where she also minored in communication and writing (of course). She later went on to obtain her Master of Education in college student affairs from the University of South Florida and currently works in education. She also had a career in fundraising and event-planning and loves to connect with other people. Danielle’s interest in writing stems back to when she was younger and attended author fairs at school. She is excited to share Opal the Unicorn Loses Her Sparkles, a story filled with lessons we need to hear at any age. She wrote this story with the hope of inspiring confidence in others. Danielle also believes that no outfit is complete without a little (or a lot) of sparkles.
- Publisher : Indigo River Publishing (August 25, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 50 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1950906574
- ISBN-13 : 978-1950906574
- Reading age : 5 – 8 years
- Item Weight : 6.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.12 x 11 inches